Overview

Liandra Kendric is a woman afraid to love again. Scarred in an accident and rejected by her fianc�, she has gathered her pride around her like armor and returned to the peace and solitude of her beautiful hometown in the Canadian Rockies. The peace is shattered by widower Stave Rostad and his five-year-old daughter Clara. Like Liandra, Stave has sworn never to love again. But when diagnosed with a serious illness, he decides Clara needs a mother. Clara has learned to trust the tall, dark-haired woman with the ...
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Any Port in a Storm

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Overview

Liandra Kendric is a woman afraid to love again. Scarred in an accident and rejected by her fianc�, she has gathered her pride around her like armor and returned to the peace and solitude of her beautiful hometown in the Canadian Rockies. The peace is shattered by widower Stave Rostad and his five-year-old daughter Clara. Like Liandra, Stave has sworn never to love again. But when diagnosed with a serious illness, he decides Clara needs a mother. Clara has learned to trust the tall, dark-haired woman with the scarred face. Liandra would make an excellent mother, but for that to happen, Stave will have to risk his heart by making her his wife...
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Shannon Carol has written a moving portrayal of two people searching for healing--physical, emotional, and spiritual--in the wrong places. This is a short, gentle, calmly paced book that takes you into the hearts of its characters to examine their wounds and show how they can be healed. These are people you quickly come to care about and root for.
Sarah Anderson
Ms. Carol has penned a truly memorable set of characters and set them in a heart-tugging tale that will dig deep into your soul and find a home for a long time. Elegantly written with just the right touch of angst, Ms. Carol provides a look inside a family not only struggling with the death of a loved one but also the pain of a dread disease and the knowledge that one is leaving behind a much beloved child. The author also helps one to remember that miracles are still possible.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000075968
  • Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
  • Publication date: 3/1/2000
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 348 KB

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